Herbal Remedies for Anthrax
The gum resin from myrrh has been used for centuries to treat a range of infections. The gum is referred to as gugal gum, and the plant is sometimes called
Extracts of myrrh have been shown to enhance phagocytosis, the bacteria-killing effect of white blood cells. Myrrh is effective in fighting a whole range of infections-viral, bacterial, and fungal. It also has a direct antimicrobial effect.
Myrrh is most effective in treating skin infections. It can be used to treat abscesses, boils, sores, and wounds.
Also used to treat asthma, bronchitis, colds, flu, sinusitis, sore throats, and herpes simplex.
Myrrh is very safe. No toxic effects or side effects have been recorded.
Take two to four milliliters of the tincture three times daily.
Can also be used topically for the treatment of wounds, and as a gargle for the treatment of mouth sores.